Empire Pass Condos

Empire Pass condos are some of the newest and best ski-in ski-out condos at Deer Valley® Resort.  You can browse all Empire Pass Deer Valley condos for sale below, or scroll down and sort the available condos by neighborhood within Empire Pass.

Empire Pass Condos For Sale

Understanding Empire Pass Condos

Shooting Star is a great baseline for understanding ski-in/out condos in the Village at Empire Pass because it was the first condo lodge built in The Village, circa 2005. Subsequent buildings (in chronological order) were named Arrowleaf, Silver Strike Lodge, Flagstaff, One Empire Pass, Empire Residences, the Residences at the Tower, and the just-released Argent Empire Pass lodge.  Map of the Village at Empire Pass is attached.

Generally speaking, the quality of the interior finishes and the common area amenity spaces within the lodges improved with each subsequent building as they were built over the past 15 years. So while Shooting Star has a small ski locker room and cozy hearth room in the lobby level, One Empire Pass has an Uber lobby, large gym, infinity edge hot pools, a pub with a live-in inn-keeper who serves apres-ski snacks and drinks, outdoor kitchen, ski valets, kid's club, and even a video game & golf/sports simulator room.  The new (started taking reservations on 12/26/19) Argent condos will include a common area penthouse-level sky lounge library and roof-top observation deck, along with a couple of regulation bowling lanes in the lower level.

Local's Tip: Empire Pass Condo Views

Quick tip...
You can tell a lot about the views of different condos in the Village at Empire Pass simply by the unit numbers.  Odd numbered condos have views that look out away from the Silver Strike ski lift at more distant mountain ridges, and even numbered condos have more of a village feel as they look towards the Silver Buck ski run and the Silver Strike Chairlift.  One view isn't better than the other--mostly a matter of personal preference.

All of these condos have great ski access at Deer Valley, but their architectural styles do differ a bit from one another...

Architectural Style of Empire Pass Condos

Shooting Star, Silver Strike, and Arrowleaf are craftsman style lodge buildings with lots of natural stone and big timbers.  More of a classic mountain look.  The Flagstaff finishes are transitional, with a bit more glass and metal.  One Empire Pass, Empire Residences, Residences at the Tower, and Argent are much more contemporary/modern in their style with floor-to ceiling windows, larger decks, and cleaner lines.  These more modern properties are newer and generally higher priced, even with pre-construction price incentives.

In addition to the stacked condo lodges mentioned above, there are some nearby town-homes that also have Talisker Club eligibility. Larkspur townhomes are right near the Tower Club.  They're all 4 BR residences that have attached 2 car private garages.  The Belles include larger 4 to 5 BR homes & town-homes and are walking-distance to the Club sandwiched between the Blue Bell/Banner/Silver Buck ski runs at Deer Valley Resort.  Ironwood townhomes are located right near the base of the Northside chairlift.  Not all Ironwood townhomes have Talisker Club eligibility.  Long story...

Empire Pass Homes & Condos

Freestanding homes on the ski mountain with Talisker Club access include Paintbrush, Nakoma, Northside, and Red Cloud.

Talisker Club Empire Pass Condo Amenities

Talisker Club is a year-round, four season private club.  When you own a property in one of Talisker's Communities (Empire Pass or Tuhaye), you can join the club.  The Talisker Tower Club itself is right in the Village at Empire Pass.  It includes a bar & restaurant, gym, pool, hot tubs, steam rooms, spa, ski storage & tuning, and a concierge.  You'll also have access to the Mark O'Meara championship golf course and other amenities at Tuhaye.  The club has a whole host of other amenities and activities so you and your family will never be bored!  From water-skiing and wake-boarding on the lake in the summer to animal tracking to moonlight snowshoeing and club wine tastings, there's a little something for everyone.  Here's a link to a summary of the club's amenities.

Picture Talisker Club as a four-season mountain country club.  It's private, and only members and their guests have the ability to use the club amenities.  The club deposit is $100k and annual dues are approx $15k.   In only one instance are renters allowed to use the club amenities; this exception is for future renters in the Residences at the Tower, as these 14 condos will be built attached to the Tower Club itself.  Renters there will be able to use the club amenities for an additional daily fee.